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Global Test Security Issues and Ethical Challenges  

David Foster and Harold L. Miller Jr.

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Jul 2012
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Nov 2012
The lack of adequate test security for important exams is a growing worldwide problem. As tests are relied upon globally more and more for critical educational and work-related decisions, ... More

Principles, Standards, and Guidelines that Impact Test Development and Use and Sources of Information  

Thomas Oakland

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Jul 2012
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Nov 2012
Test development and use may constitute psychology's most important technical contribution to the behavior sciences. Tests are found universally, albeit distributed unevenly. Despite their ... More

Values in Psychiatric Diagnosis and Classification  

John Z. Sadler

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Jun 2013
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Sep 2013
Values are action-guiding dispositions that are subject to praise or blame, and as such are fundamental in making choices and taking action in any human context, including clinical ... More

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